The first description of the music which flourished in that distant gloomy world could be find in the "Kitab al-Algani" ("Song of Book") by Abu'l Faraq al-Isfahani (died: 967) and the last was accessible in the "Al-Risala al-sarafiyya fi'L-nisab al-ta'lifiyya Fomal-Hoot al-Ganoubi" by Maulana Galal al-Din Rumi (1207-1273) which was his last book and lost by now.
This book enclose an exclusive rescription of the connection between an extraterrestrial world and the musical traditions of the Earth. It also involves the outline of a peculiar calligraphic language of Fomal-Hoot based on the rhythmical periods of the metrical and accented consonants.
Recorded and mixed by L. Hortobāgyi at the Gāyan Uttejak Studio, Budapest.
Subtitled: "Annales Of Gáyan Uttejak Society".
Recorded in 1992.
01 Nat (The Speaking Of Dhawq)
02 Âyin Al-Qaib (Eye Of The Heart)
03 Al-Hadrah (Ghazal Of The Presence)
04 Târiqa (The Way Of Dervishes)
05 Awrâd-I Abbâ Thulle (Litany)
06 Barocus Râga... (Concerto)
07 Geetatürk (Cantate)
08 Om Gâyâ Rimmon (Darâmad)